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Does temporary lighting need to be GFCI protected?

The receptacle may or may not be labeled lighting circuit only, as most construction sites use cord and plug connected temporary lighting stringers which are being plugged into a receptacle. Is that correct? If the construction site lighting is hard wired, there is no need for a ground fault circuit interrupter.

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